The final act
Marriage is much like a road trip with its ups and downs (and potholes along the way) and Ndumiso Lindi and Tumi Morake are no strangers to the concept!
Following a whirlwind tour with sold-out shows and fanfare around SA and neighbouring countries, Ndumiso and Tumi are hitting the road one last time with their hilarious stand-up comedy show, Married, But Not To Each Other...
And it’s only apt to end off this tour in Ndumiso’s home town of King William’s Town. The duo will be performing at the Steve Biko Centre on the 30th of November.
It's not a show just about marriage, it's about the world that these marriages have to survive in.
When asked how the show concept came about, Ndumiso retells the story of how the two were travelling on a comedy adventure and were asked by a customs official: "Are you married?", to which Ndumiso replied: "Yes!", realised what he was saying and added: "But not to each other." And thus began this comical journey for this wife and husband of other people in a hilarious show that tackles the roles and regulations of marriage and the pothole-laced roads the sexes have to navigate.
Their unique brands of humour will create a memorable night and the duo are the perfect pair for this on-stage ensemble. A slightly different take on a comedy show, Married...But Not To Each Other sees Tumi and Ndumiso giving individual performances about their own experiences in marriage and romance and a joint set where the two banter and engage with the audience for a risqué and hilarious take on relationships.
Married But Not to Each Other already graced the stages in these cities: Pretoria, Cape Town, Johannesburg, Botswana, Mafikeng, Port Elizabeth, Krugersdorp, Durban, Secunda, Nelspruit, Witbank and Limpopo.
The show carries a PG-16 restriction. Tickets are R150 per person and are available for purchase from the venue directly.
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